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Expanding your recruitment agency overseas can be a great strategy for growing your business, increasing its value and getting ahead of the competition. However when setting up your new business abroad there is a lot to consider, particularly when it comes to making sure that your business is compliant with local regulations.

Andere Länder, andere Sitten

Die Expansion Ihrer Personalagentur ins Ausland kann eine ausgezeichnete Strategie sein, um Ihr Geschäft auszubauen, Mehrwert zu schaffen und der Konkurrenz einen Schritt voraus zu sein. Bevor Sie Ihr neues Geschäft im Ausland starten, gibt es jedoch einiges zu beachten, insbesondere im Hinblick auf die Einhaltung lokaler Vorschriften.

Possible Impact of Brexit on Contract Roles in the UK and Europe

Nearly half, or 44%, of UK freelancers and contractors do not believe their business will be affected by Brexit. The research, which polled 1,350 UK freelancers and contractors, also showed that 18% of freelancers and contractors believe Brexit will have a positive impact on their business. Meanwhile, 38% expect Brexit to negatively impact their business.

Should Contractors opt for Self-Employed or Employed? What are the Differences?

A growing number of people in the UK now work for themselves and it is becoming increasingly common in many industries for businesses to look to contractors and freelancers to fill their roles. Contractors are individuals or companies that provide agreed services to clients for a set fee. The services are often provided for a set period of time and are normally set out under a contract for services.

Reduced Time for 30% Tax Ruling in the Netherlands

The 30% ruling will be shortened from eight to five years with effect from the 1st of January 2019. This is proposed by the current Dutch government and written in the national tax plan for 2019. With this, the expat arrangement is drawn in line with that of neighbouring countries and it applies to new knowledge immigrants but also to existing cases.

When should I use a Professional Employer Organisation (PEO) for my company?

A professional employer organisation (PEOs) provide outsourcing for all tasks and functions typically performed by an in-house human resources department such as payroll and administration, employee health and retirement benefits and many more HR issues. PEOs act as a “co-employer” with your company as they share contractual obligations with your employees. However, as the company you still guide the daily job duties and responsibilities of your employees. The PEO manages their payroll and administration related tasks.

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